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Technological aspects of vegetable oils epoxidation in the presence of ion exchange resins: a review

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Morphology and the physical and thermal properties of thermoplastic polyurethane reinforced with thermally reduced graphene oxide

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Evaluation of corrosion on Czech medieval window panes

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Controlled release fertilizers

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Experiment and prediction of water content of sour natural gas with an modified cubic plus association equation of state

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LiOH.H2O as a catalyst for Knoevenagel and Gewald reactions

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Synthesis of the cross-linked humic acid supporting palladium catalyst and its catalytic properties for Heck reaction

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Preparation of carbon nanotubes using cvd CVD method

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Removal of phenol from wastewater using activated waste tea leaves

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Novel biocompatible transversal pneumatic artificial muscles made of PDMS/PET satin composite

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